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Multiresolution analysis of solar mm–wave bursts

Two methods of multi-scale time series analysis are applied to solar mm-wavelength flux time profiles in order to assess the diagnostic power of these tools for the exploration of nonlinear energy release processes. Both the multiresolution analysis (MRA), a method based on the wavelet transform, and the structure function analysis (SFA) permit the treatment of non-stationary...

Multiresolution analysis of solar mm–wave bursts

Two methods of multi-scale time series analysis are applied to solar mm-wavelength flux time profiles in order to assess the diagnostic power of these tools for the exploration of nonlinear energy release processes. Both the multiresolution analysis (MRA), a method based on the wavelet transform, and the structure function analysis (SFA) permit the treatment of non-stationary...

Consensus recommendations for the use of vacuum-assisted breast biopsy under sonographic guidance

In combination with high-resolution ultrasound (US), vacuum-assisted biopsy (VB) is a patient friendly, outpatient diagnostic procedure with the potential for curative resection of selected lesions and thus represents a valuable supplement to microbiopsy procedures already established. The indication spectrum for US-guided VB is still under discussion. The Minimally Invasive...

Multiresolution analysis of solar mm–wave bursts

Two methods of multi-scale time series analysis are applied to solar mm-wavelength flux time profiles in order to assess the diagnostic power of these tools for the exploration of nonlinear energy release processes. Both the multiresolution analysis (MRA), a method based on the wavelet transform, and the structure function analysis (SFA) permit the treatment of non-stationary...

Effect of ramipril, nifedipine, and moxonidine on glomerular morphology and podocyte structure in experimental renal failure

Background. Experimental renal failure causes structural alterations of the kidney. It is still unresolved how these changes are modified by antihypertensive treatment. Purpose of the study. To examine the effects of different antihypertensive agents (ramipril, nifedipine, moxonidine) mainly on glomerular geometry, cell number, cell morphology, and capillarization, in a subtotal...